That's the name of the book I've been reading this week by Brian McLaren. It's pretty thought provoking, if you like that sort of thing. As the title suggests, it's about change, mostly changing the way we think. I've had a thinking problem for about 3 years now. I started thinking, and it's been a problem. Anyway, it's a pretty good book. I'd say more about it but it needs a blog all on it's own.
So now, on to the training:
Pistols w/ 16kg: 5/5, 5/5, 5/5
BUP w/ 24kg: 4/4, 4/4
Did something today I've never done before; I walked away. I didn't feel right. Everything was so much harder than it should have been. So instead of pushing through it, I decided to stop. My nervous system didn't want me to train, so I listened. I'll admit I did do about 2 sets too many, but I stopped 6 sets short of where I wanted to go before I began. A huge milestone for me...
Dbl Front Squat to Dbl Press w/ 2(24kgs): 5 & 5 x 5 sets
B1- Dead Snatch on blocks w/ 24kg: 5/5, 5/5, 5/5, 5/5
B2- Towel Pull-ups: 6, 6, 6, 6
Evil Wheel on knees: 10, 10, 10
Felt good today.
Dbl Swings w/ 2(16kgs): 10 x 10 sets
Figure 8 to a hold w/ 16kg: 20, 20, 20
Jump rope x 10 minutes
A1- Dbl Front Squat w/ 2(32kgs): 3/3 x 10 sets
A2- Press w/ 32kg: 2/2 x 10 sets
Evil Wheel on Knees: 10, 10, 10
That's it so far. I think I'm going to do fast tens tomorrow with clean and jerks, and maybe some snatches.